She identified group of nongamers as the opponents of her claim.
'Reality Is Broken: Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World' is a book written by Jane McGonigal. In her book, she presents a counterargument that why games is good for human and future of humans.
Jane McGonigal is a Game programmer, who adovates the use of technology and games. In her book, she presents her agrument in favor of using games and asserts that games tends to fulfill humans needs and they are doing so not just in present times but doing so since ancient times when Atys was King of Lydia. During those times, the people were faced with famine and to face the situation they come up with a resolution of involving in games to distract themselves from hunger and thus it helped them to survive for eighteen years.
She asserts that opponents to her claim will be a group of nongamers who makes up of nearly half of the US population. She asserts that nongamers would not agree with her claims as this group of people perceive gaming to be a waste of time.
As how The Inferno was written, you will see how vague Gustave Dore was in describing the details of Lucifer. It’s seen that Satan/Lucifer has no actual character, but rather a form of negativity and mockery of the Holy Trinity. The body is also shown to be stuck up to the waist which made it vague, but some experts agreed on the fact that it shows the futility of people’s immobility towards their life if they don’t move on to improve it. Therefore, it shows that Lucifer is being depicted as evil, and that evil means a man being useless in their life.
By offering a concession,the author appears reasonable,open-minded,and thoughtfull
A concession by definition is something that is granted/given. Providing a concession means you are recognizing the validity of a point. This makes an author look more reasonable as they are not denying factual information or valid points.